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Residents Grow Frustrated As Shooter Remains Free Following Deadly Shooting

PHILADELPHIA (CBS)–As a memorial grows, so does the frustration for neighbors and family members. A petition is now calling on the district attorney to file charges more than a week after a couple is shot dead in the Frankford section of Philadelphia. 334 more words

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Conditions Were Perfectly Peachy For This Bumper Crop In New Jersey

NEW JERSEY (CBS) — This summer, peaches are plentiful in the Garden State.

Rutgers professor emeritus Jerry Frecon says growing conditions this year were perfectly peachy. 164 more words

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NBA Writer Ira Winderman On WFAN: Kyrie Irving Trade Story Is Being Distorted

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There’s more to the Kyrie Irving story than what is being widely reported, an NBA beat writer said Monday.

Ira Winderman, who covers the Miami Heat for the Sun-Sentinel, told WFAN’s Mike Francesa that Irving did not ask for a trade because he’s tired of playing in LeBron James’ shadow. 207 more words

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Vikings Using Training Camp To Get Early Look At Dalvin Cook

MANKATO, Minn. (WCCO) — Rookies with the Minnesota Vikings are already at training camp in Mankato.

They reported to Minnesota State University Sunday, along with select veterans. 363 more words

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In Battle Over Menthol Ban, It's Business Vs. Public Health

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — An ordinance to drastically limit the sale of menthol tobacco in Minneapolis is getting strong reaction from both sides.

The proposal would ban the sale of menthol related products except in tobacco shops. 362 more words

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Castile Family Says Some Cops Are Against Naming Training Fund After Philando

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A proposal to name a police training fund after Philando Castile will come to a vote in front of the Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) board Thursday. 442 more words

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Mineola Residents Fight Village To Save Trees From Being Chopped Down

MINEOLA, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Colossal, majestic trees have flanked Foch Boulevard in Mineola for years.

“The trees are an important thing to everyone,” said resident Frank Gunn. 314 more words

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